Welcome to the Stone Circle
This is the new location for the Stone Circle, relocated in October, 2011 ce. A more protected, sheltered site was chosen as the original site is increasingly likely to have interference from urban development (sewer and electrical lines needed for the growing population).
The entrance to the Stone Circle is at the right, past the ‘cone bin.’ We have so many cones dropping from the Douglas firs but we are not comfortable sending them off to county compost. The squirrels love this area and feast voraciously.
The elemental altars were set in place the afternoon of October 6th.
The East altar is the central of three long, flat stones.
The largest stone is the center of the South altar.
One of the delights many visitors find is ‘Mister Bill’
The North altar was quite a challenge. Both the base and the capstone are very heavy but ingenuity and hard labor won out.
In the foreground is the main altar, which is new (the stones were previously in the northern areas of the former location).